Jie Qi (Chibitronics) had share many resources with participants to her ISTE18 session. I thought that might be useful to share it back (I know she is ok with that!): PAPER ELECTRONICS RESOURCES LIST CHIBITRONICS: http://chibitronics.com/ Video tutorials: https://chibitronics.com/how-to/ Full Circuit Sticker Sketchbook download: http://bunniefoo.com/chibi/sketchbook-en-v1.pdf Simple card template: https://chibitronics.com/chibi_simple_template/ LOVE TO CODE: Love to … Continue reading Paper electronics resources
This was the script I created for my video application for the ISTE Outstanding Young Educator Award. I received the award that year 🙂 In this video, I answer the question: “What role do you believe technology plays in making a positive difference in learning and teaching? I follow the vision of subordinating teaching to … Continue reading 2017 ISTE Outstanding Young Educator Award Application (video script)
This is a learning engagement on reading that I created a few years ago in collaboration with a preschool teacher. I thought it might be a useful resources to share. Beebots & QR codes
I am thinking of havin a monthly theme (each month could be one of the ISTE Standards for students) in the staff room where students could lead to inspire teachers. For example, having them share their learning of a particular ISTE Standard at recess time, around the Staff room area. We could give different opportunities … Continue reading Student-led PD?
In my school, we have organized as a “Tech Team” comprising of: – Tech Support – EdTech We defined our role very simply: – Tech Support: The IT Manager: focuses on the technical aspects of technology coordinates the IT Support team is in charge of the IT infrastructure (Internet and any IT equipment in the … Continue reading Getting organized as an EdTech Coach